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WordPress – Switch to Sending Email via SMTP (PHP Mail Alternative)

For security reasons, sending e-mail using the internal PHP mail() function is disabled on most of our shared servers. Default WordPress installations rely on the mail() function to send e-mail to you and your blog users. You will need to switch over to using SMTP authentication for e-mails to work. As there are no settings …

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WordPress Error “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page”

WordPress is an open source content management system to setup a blog. Because of its features and plugin support it becomes the most widely used blogging platform across the world. But sometimes when you try to activate the plugin in wordpress and then some time it shows the error “You do not have sufficient permissions to …

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How To Restrict Access To WP-Admin For Preventing Malicious Attacks?

While the internet is a great platform for establishing an impressive online identity it also brings a lot of perils. Some time ago, people have witnessed one of the biggest DDos attacks in the history of internet. We also heard about the WordPress website being targeted by the hackers. These things bring about insecurity in …

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A WordPress plugin should be sending e-mails but it doesn’t send e-mails on your servers

On our shared hosting servers we have had to disable the mail() function for spam prevention purposes. This resulted in many of our IPs being blacklisted and our team having to request IPs to be removed from the blacklist, which resulted in inconvenience to customers that are sending genuine e-mails. As a result customers will …

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